How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Paganelli Venice
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... in a corner on rickety chairs. Wasn't going to happen. We moved on to a better location with better prices and better manners by the service.
We wandered the streets watching the gondolas pass by while poking around glass and mask shops to admire the beauty. When a pastry shop or gelato stand got our attention, we would stop to taste something. As we worked our way back to the train to head back to the hotel around seven in the evening, we grabbed sandwiches to go. We got ...
... an etheral tone to the whole place (Ok I totally stole that line from the Rick Steves guidebook. So sue me. Oh wait, please don't actually, especially you, Rick, I love you). I don't have any pictures of the inside because photography is not allowed and unlike other tourists, I actually follow the rules when I'm in someone else's building. But a google search will find you tons of pics to give ...
... to show him the shop too. We got a water taxis back to the Bus Station. we couldn't find our bus... The one with no number, until we saw it drive off. it was starting to get a little chilly, but we found the correct boarding place and got on when one came. We then had a 20 min wait until its scheduled time to leave. Andrew had a really good info sheet from the hotel, but Kylie had asked a local on the bus, how far our stop was, with ...
... girls who hadnm,t killed each other, more deodorant (it is 32C outside) then back outf with thed entyire fasmily for a gondola ride. oh man, what fun. we had the singing Mariano gondolier who wad a little wicked, rocking yhe boat etc, great fun and wed gad a loively bottle of italian stracceto, champasgne, on board. thge girls loved thge ride and even tyhe italiuan songs.
dinner at ...
... I am aware they call them gondolas but I still don't know why. It feels like the Italians have a different word for everything!!
(except for pizza, mozzarella, ravioli, etc)
Venice is also home to a giant church with gold plating on it. Really impressive when you stand there and try to get the whole thing in the frame of your camera.
We mostly walked around the alleys and window shopped. There were a few items under ...